translated from Spanish: Coronavirus and Economy: What will we meet when the pandemic passes?

Although not all political leaders wanted to see at the first opportunity they had, the health crisis seized countries and left the economy behind. The health of the citizens was above everything, but at the end of this whole situation, the account will come and the world will have to solve it. In these conditions, from we bring you a new edition of Filo.explica, in which Lalo Mir reviews the currentness of the great nations that have direct inergency in South America and Argentina, where public spending was extended once again to try to combat the pandemic.

Will all this ever end? What will the world be like when the pandemic passes? What does it mean to get back to normal? Will the world have changed and so will we? Without some of the questions that still don’t have an answer, but we give you an overview of what’s to come. Markets close, productions go down and the coronavirus generated an exception situation where health is ahead of everything. This has also generated a high degree of capital flight, currency devaluation and the constant threat of a global depression worldwide.

The impact of coronavirus in Latin America could raise the poverty toll to 10% more.

“The duration and depth of the crisis will depend on the spread of the coronavirus, how much time it takes before a vaccine is developed, and whether governments manage to mitigate the damage,” Lalo explains of the points that the United Nations worked to provide context for. Latin America, for its part, is the one who will pay the most broken dishes, mainly to be the most unequal region in the world, and a global crisis affects us, not only in the present, with the sick and the fatalities, but the consequences will continue to suffer in the future. In this note:

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